Owlacombe Burrow Bound Stone, No.04 in series

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The inscription is hard to read.  The image on the right has been digitally enhanced so that you can see the inscription.

Notes: Inscribed OWLACOMBE BURROW and DS 1853, on Ilsington/Bovey Tracey parish bounds. This is one of the Duke of Somerset’s 1853 manorial stones.

The numbering for these Haytor and Bagtor Down boundary markers is the same as that used by Dave Brewer.

Reference:

  • Brewer, D. and Brewer, K. (2002): Dartmoor Boundary Markers: And Other Markers On and Around the Moor.

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